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The initial stage of switching from traditional fuels or kerosene to LPG in developing countries typically involves the use of a cylinder attached to a simple burner. As familiarity with LPG grows and incomes rise, the user may install a modern cooker inside the home, possibly with the gas supplied by rubber pipe from a cylinder placed outdoors or in a separate room. Later, hot water and/or a refrigeration system may be added. In remote rural communities, LPG can also be used to power electric generators. Further, LPG can be used in conjunction with renewable technologies for decentralized power generation, to meet loads that may be beyond the capacity of the renewable system or as back-up fuel.

Internationally, LPG is being consumed as a fuel in the following sectors:

  • Household sector as cooking, heating and as lighting fuel.
  • Commercially as cooking fuel in hotels and restaurants.
  • Automotive sector as fuel for taxis, vans and private cars.
  • Industrial sector as cutting and heating fuel.
  • Agriculture sector for crop drying, etc.
  • Other industrial uses such as manufacture of petrochemicals.
  • Electricity generation.
  • Chemical feed stocks.
  • Heating:  glass, porcelain manufacturers.
  • Welding & Cutting.


  • Heavier than air.
  • High energy fuel.
  • Stored under pressure as liquid.
  • Large vapor to liquid ratio.
  • Highly inflammable.
  • It is in vapor form in atmospheric conditions.
  • When placed under pressure in cylinders, it is stored as liquid.
  • It is very light in weight.